Turnkey CHP plants now available

By Staff | October 30, 2012

Envirotherm GmbH, an Allied Technologies company, and ZeroPoint Clean Tech Inc., a biomass gasification technology developer, are joining forces to build turn-key, biomass-fueled, combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants.

The plants built under the partnership can range in size from 2 MW to 20 MW. According to the companies, the combined effort to create full EPC delivery of a standardization solution for biomass gasification plants includes relationships with original equipment manufacturer vendors, project financiers, feedstock and recovered wood suppliers as well as with vendors of after-market services.

Europe is already home to two plants build by Envirotherm and ZeroPoint. According to ZeroPoint, construction on the first of eight additional projects is expected to begin before the end of the year.


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  1. Dante LsGatta



    we are developing projects which could fit for this type of plants. We would be interested to receive more information and evaluate the technology.


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